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Georgia Won the Battle of the South Caucasus for Internet Connectivity

Published: February 9, 2011 | 2:04 pm
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Worldwide, Georgia ranks 50th; Azerbaijan 94th and Armenia 130th.
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Georgia won the battle of the South Caucasus for Internet connectivity, followed by Azerbaijan and Armenia, according to a world ranking report.
On the Household Download Index, Georgia ranks first among the South Caucasus countries with a speed of 7.03 Mbps. Azerbaijan and Armenia had speeds of 2.89 Mbps and 1.86 Mbps, respectively.
Worldwide, Georgia ranks 50th; Azerbaijan 94th and Armenia 130th.
On the Household Upload Index, Georgia led again with a speed of 2.55 Mbps, followed by Azerbaijan on 1.03 Mbps and Armenia on 0.66 Mbps.
Georgia ranks 30th overall in the world, followed by Azerbaijan on 78th and Armenia on 108th.
The ranking was published in the Net Index, compiled by global broadband speed-testing company Ookla, which surveyed 166 countries about their facilities for download, upload, networking quality, value and connectivity promise.
On the Net Index chart, the Republic of Korea or South Korea ranks first in both download and upload categories, with speeds of 36.67Mbps and 19.95 Mbps.
Bolivia ranks 166th and last in the download category worldwide with a speed 0.56 Mbps while Zambia ranks 166th and last in the upload category, with a speed of 0.56 Mbps.

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